Agricultural Wastes- Potential Substrates For Mushroom Cultivation

  • Kamthan R
  • Tiwari I
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Agricultural wastes disposal is of primary concern in today's world as they are rich in nutrient and their disposal without pretreatment can cause leaching in field, which can cause environment pollution. To overcome this problem, mushroom cultivation on these agricultural wastes is the most ecofriendly method to reduce the level of nutrients at acceptable range to be used as manure. Besides overcoming this problem defined combination of agricultural wastes also gives high yield of mushroom in a cost effective manner.




Kamthan, R., & Tiwari, I. (2017). Agricultural Wastes- Potential Substrates For Mushroom Cultivation. European Journal of Experimental Biology, 7(5).

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